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  • How To Communicate with Your Dog Using Nonverbal Commands

    Dogs rely on more than their ears to understand their masters. Spoken commands are important but adding nonverbal communication can enhance your relationship with your...
  • How To Pick the Right Dog Breed

    It's hard to pick a dog breed. This may help.
  • How To Train your Puppy to Urinate Outside

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  • How To Make Dog Belly Bands: Making Male Dog Diapers

    Belly bands, or dog diapers, are a tool that helps stop your new puppy or old dog from leaking urine on the carpet. If your male dog has an incontinence problem or if...
  • How To Rename an Adopted Dog

    Unfortunately, many shelters are filled with dogs who were dropped off anonymously or found along the side of a road. When this is the case, the shelter is unaware of...
  • How To Help A Constipated Dog

    If you’ve noticed that your pooper scooper duties have diminished, it’s not time to celebrate. It probably means that your dog is suffering from constipation. ...
  • How To Train a Dog

    Training a dog can be time consuming, but it can also be easy if you follow these simple steps: Determine your goals. Start with basic commands, including ‘heel',...
  • How To Care for a Greyhound

    If you’ve adopted a Greyhound, chances are you’re bringing an ex-racing dog into your home. Good for you! There are so many retired Greyhounds in need of homes and...
  • How To Teach Your Dog to Sleep in his Bed

    Most of us are guilty of sharing our beds with our pets. It’s too hard to resist their pleading faces! However, there are many reasons why we probably shouldn’t....
  • How To Care for a Pomeranian

    Best known for their incessant shriek-like bark, Pomeranians actually have great qualities when paired with the right owner. This intelligent breed needs a firm owner...
  • How To Walk a Dog and a Baby Stroller at the Same Time

    Dog owners, dogs and babies all need their exercise and fresh air. If there is a new baby in your home, it’s more important than ever to think of ways that you can...
  • How To Treat a Dog Bite

    First you hear the snarl. Then you see the bared teeth. You have only a moment to decide what to do. In that moment of hesitation, the dog pounces and you feel the...
  • How To Convince Your Parents to Adopt a Puppy

    Are you frustrated that your parents aren’t listening to your requests to adopt a puppy? They are probably concerned that you’ll lose interest in the puppy and...
  • How To Make Homemade Dog Food

    Just as good homemade food is a healthy and affordable option for humans, it is equally true of homemade food for your pet dog. As more and more dog owners stop buying...
  • How To Prevent Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

    Hip Dysplasia in dogs is a common concern, can owners actually prevent it from occurring in their beloved, faithful canine friends and if so, how?
  • How To Care for Your Chihuahua

    Treating chihuahuas can be very different from any other dog. But no fear - just follow these steps and you and your small pooch can live normal lives just like any...
  • How To Care for a Diabetic Dog

    It's shocking to hear that your dog has been diagnosed with diabetes, but it doesn't mean an end to her life. Proper diet and insulin treatment can ensure her several...
  • How To Handle a Dog in Heat

    If your female dog has not been spayed and she is above the age of 9 months, you can expect her to go into heat approximately two times a year. The duration of heat...
  • How To Put Your Dog on a Diet

    Your dog never has to deal with the embarrassing reality that his pants are getting too snug. However, you know when your pooch has packed on the pounds and it's time...
  • How To Crate Train Your Puppy

    Crate training your puppy will aid in potty training and keep your house free from chewing and other destructive behaviors that adorable puppies exhibit.
  • How To Safely Feed Your Dog the BARF Way

    If you are considering switching from commercial pet food to a BARF (Bones And Raw Food) diet, then you probably have plenty of questions. This article is not intended...
  • How To Select a Name for Your Pet

    Selecting a name for your pet is a huge responsibility. If you're struggling to find the perfect name for the latest member of your family, follow these steps and...
  • How To Teach Your Dog to Walk on a Treadmill

    All dogs need a walk every day, but sometimes the weather won't allow it, or you just don't have the time. If you have a treadmill in the house, teaching your dog to...
  • How To Install a Pet Door

    Many of us spend hours outside the home everyday and find ourselves rushing home to let the pets out to do their business. When we are at home, we find our routines...
  • How To Get Your Dog To Take Medicine

    Never mind the peanut butter, the hot dog pieces, the fancy butters, or anything else the local yuppie pet store is trying to sell you. Most dogs will take pills with...
  • How To Find the Pet Insurance Provider Perfect for Your Pet

    Between preventative care, accidents, emergencies, and prescriptions, you might find that the pet you adopted is emptying your wallet. It might be time to consider pet...
  • How To Make Nutritious Homemade Dog Food

    Remember how panicked you felt when news reports came out about unsafe ingredients in packaged dog food? Well now you don't have to worry about what food is best for...
  • How To Build an Agility Training Tire Jump

    Build a tire jump to train your dog at home, without spending tons of money.What you will need: (x4) 20-inch PVC pipes (x2) 5-inch PVC pipes (x2) 47-inch PVC pipes...
  • How To Make Your Dog's Coat Shine

    Beautiful hair: We want it for ourselves and for our pets. A gorgeous dog coat means that the dog has healthy skin. It does not mean, however, that the dog’s owner...
  • How To Care For Your Pregnant Dog

    All the signs have pointed to pregnancy. Your dog has lost her appetite, changed behavior, shown a decrease in energy level, gained a super appetite and gained weight....
  • How To Make Spring Cleaning Safe For Your Dog

    It’s that time of year! It is time to pull out your cleaning supplies, duster, and vacuum and start cleaning every inch of your house; or, for some of us, just...
  • How To Keep Your Dog Hydrated

    Summer is a love-hate season. Summer months are perfect for going on a beach vacation or spending the day at the park. On the other hand, hot summer days can be...
  • How To Free Your Dog from his Leash

    Chaining or tethering a dog can be dangerous to your dog, because dogs are natural runners and love to socialize. Some people believe that chaining is the only way to...
  • How To Remove Skunk Odor from Your Pet

    By mixing three household ingredients into a cleaning solution, you can remove skunk spray odor.
  • How To Teach Your Dog to Potty in One Area of the Yard

    Although owners love their dogs, they don’t love the results of the dogs using the entire back yard as a potty area. Here’s how to teach your dog to potty in one...
  • How To Try a Raw Food Diet for Dogs

    The raw food diet craze is sweeping the dog nation -- and for good reason. Raw, natural diets are better for dogs, providing them with more nutrition and keeping them...
  • How To Help Your Shy or Fearful Dog

    Dogs can be shy or fearful for many reasons, including genetics, lack of early socialization, and traumatic experience. Regardless of the reason, there are things you...
  • How To Read a Dog's Body Language

    Understanding canine body language can offer insight into a dog’s emotional state. Some physical signals are obvious, some subtle, and some, misunderstood.
  • How To Treat Your Dog for Fleas

    If you have a pet, it's almost a certainty that you've been subjected to fleas. There are few things in this world more annoying than a flea, except maybe a house full...
  • How To Choose a Responsible Breeder

    This article is intended for potential dog owners who don't know where to start, but previous dog owners and pet owners of other species will find this useful as well....
  • How To Prevent Your Dog From Marking His Territory

    There are three key things that you must do to keep your dog from marking his territory. Supervision, correction, and obedience training will get you to your goal of a...
  • How To Crate Train Your Dog

    Teaching your dog to go into a crate is an invaluable tool for housebreaking, and a safe way for him to travel. It also provides him with a space all to himself when...
  • How To Identify and Treat Canine Allergies

    One of the leading reasons for veterinarian visits is canine allergies. Canine allergies are annoying, frustrating and even overwhelming for some pet owners. The...
  • How To Make Money as a Young Teen

    When you are young and can't get a job at a store or restaurant such as McDonald's, it can be hard to make money. As tough as it is to make a dent in the moneymaking...
  • How To Prepare for and Find the Perfect Puppy

    There is much to consider before getting a brand new puppy. The following steps should make the transition to pet ownership much smoother.
  • How To Travel with Your Pet on the Open Road

    Overall safety is your # 1 concern for your trip. Please plan ahead. Ask yourself, do I have enough survival equipment in case of a disaster? Tornado, Earthquake,...
  • How To Keep Your Dog Safe in the Deep Wilderness

    We all enjoy sharing our outdoor experiences with our pets. There's nothing more spiritual or rewarding than to cuddle up to your dog and watch a sunrise or sunset. To...
  • How To Keep Your Dog's Teeth Healthy

    Did you know that dogs have dental problems, too? Domesticated dogs eat processed food and end up with many of the same dental problems as humans. In fact, 85% of all...
  • How To Manage Canine Separation Anxiety

    Canine separation anxiety can be an extremely complex issue. Treatment can include medical intervention, but oftentimes behavioral modification can go a long ways to...
  • How To Teach Your Dog to Lie Down

    Begin your obedience training with simple behaviors. First teach sit, then teach lie down.